2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs nightly GIF recap: Bruins score a bunch, Penguins don't

This happened. A lot. - Justin K. Aller

The Bruins scored early and often in their 6-1 rout of the Penguins, and we have the GIFs to prove it.

The Pittsburgh Penguins needed to win game two against the Boston Bruins to avoid going down 2-0 in the series heading to Boston. Instead they played an awful game in which all their best players made mistakes and neither of their two goaltenders could stop much of anything. The Bruins coasted to a 6-1 victory after scoring four goals in the first period, and the Penguins will have an uphill climb to get themselves back into the series.

Let's take a look at the grisly GIF details, shall we?

The Bruins got their first goal just 28 seconds into the game, after Sidney Crosby gave the puck away to Brad Marchand:

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Nathan Horton would score next for Boston, after Tomas Vokoun couldn't control the rebound:

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The Penguins would have one of their best scoring chances in the game late in the first, but nothing would come of it as Tuukka Rask stood tall:

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The Penguins would get their only goal of the game from Brandom Sutter in the first period:

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But the Bruins just kept scoring, and had chased Vokoun from the net before the first period ended:

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The biggest moment for the Penguins in the remainder of the game came with this Matt Cooke hit:

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While the Bruins weren't done scoring:

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A dominant performance for the Boston Bruins, a total embarrassment for the Penguins, and an entertaining game to watch all around -- as long as you aren't a Pittsburgh fan.

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